The Immortal Kevin Fitzpatrick was born and raised in New York City, and that doesn't make sense. Kevin wears many hats, including actor, editor, and writer, but never yellow. The best things in life are Back to the Future, beets, Firefly and The Venture Bros. When not picking apart the minutia of pop culture in film and TV, Kevin can usually be found RIGHT BEHIND YOU.
Double Your Franco With David Simon’s Full HBO ‘The Deuce’ Trailer
HBO is one week from its flagship hit’s return, so those fall offerings will get some extra push. And speaking of exploitation – here’s a double-dose of James Franco, as The Wire creator David Simon takes us through porn history with a trailer for HBO’s The Deuce.
Nelsan Ellis, Star of ‘True Blood,’ Dies at 39
Difficult news today for True Blood fans and beyond, as beloved star Nelsan Ellis has tragically passed away at a young age. The Julliard-trained actor had appeared in everything from The Help to CBS’ Elementary.
‘Will and Grace’ Dance It Out in New 2017 Revival Promo
After eleven years of waiting, Will and Grace will likely start fresh with production this fall, rather than tease too much too early. Still, there’s never a bad time for dancing, so check out a new promo for the return of Jack, Karen and … whatever the other two’s names are.
‘Flash’ Season 4 Premiere Title Teases a Familiar ‘Rebirth’
Seeing as Wally West won’t be taking over the mantle of The Flash in Season 4, Barry Allen will need an exit from the speed force, pronto. He may just get it by the Season 4 premiere, as the official title promises a “Reborn” Scarlet Speedster.
FOX Plots New Singing Competition After Losing ‘American Idol’
American Idol moving to ABC is bound to leave FOX a little green, and they might even spend a little in retaliation. FOX is apparently working on a brand-new singing competition to rival Idol and The Voice with a unique format.
‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Wants to Murder Characters Like ‘Game of Thrones’
There’s a reason the “redshirt” trope is named for Star Trek, in that main characters are very rarely in real mortal danger. On the other end, Game of Thrones manages to kill pretty indiscriminately, and Star Trek: Discovery bosses now claim to be borrowing one of George R.R. Ma…
Adam West Recorded More ‘Family Guy’ for Next Season, Bosses Confirm
Just as NBC’s Powerless carried on the late Adam West’s inimitable presence, so too will Family Guy keep our beloved Bright Knight alive. Producers confirm West recorded at least five more episodes for the coming season, after which Quahog’s mayor may never be replaced.
‘Star Wars Forces of Destiny’ Sets July Premiere With First Trailer
Star Wars fans were delighted with word that Rey, Jyn, Leia, Hera and more would lead a new vision of the animated universe, and there’s more good news on that double-sun horizon. See the first Forces of Destiny trailer right now, and find out the July premiere!
‘Jumper’ Sequel ‘Impulse’ Lands Series Order on YouTube
2008’s Jumper was too early for the YA craze, and too late for Hayden Christensen’s sci-fi career, so there’s little telling if TV can give the franchise another jolt. Get ready to dodge Paladins either way, as director Doug Liman is officially bringing sequel series Impulse to …
‘Fuller House’ Season 3 Sets Fall Premiere With 30th (!) Anniversary
The recent rash of Netflix cancellations has produced one oddly-harmonious refrain in the comments: “Cancel Fuller House instead!” Well, apologies. Not only are the Tanners and Fullers officially returning for Season 3 in September, but they’re celebrating a major milestone in t…
Marvel’s ‘The Inhumans’ Reveals Attilan in New Poster
Marvel’s made us admittedly nervous keeping so much of The Inhumans under wraps before a September premiere, but surely we can expect news from Comic-Con, right? Well, our first taste of the royal rollout may have arrived, as a new banner reveals the famous Inhuman home.
‘Judge Dredd’ TV Series to Be ‘Dark Fantasy,’ Might Premiere in 2019
It’s early enough that the Judge Dredd: Mega-City One TV series hasn’t taken shape just yet, but the new version could feel much more familiar to fans. Not only do producers describe it as “dark fantasy” with “400 million stories to tell,” but we might know …